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Wednesday, 15 May 2013 19:44

Google Play Store on the web to get new redesign as well

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Matching its other Play apps to it

In addition to reminding us about the new and redesigned Google Play store that it launched recently, during the Google I/O 2013 keynote, Chris Yerga announced that the same redesign is also coming to Google Play Store on the web.

The web Google Play Store will feature the same redesign layout with left-side navigation buttons, new section designed for tablets as well as a new redesign for Google Play apps, including Play Books, Play Videos and Play Music that will not match the new redesign of the Play Store.

Google is living up to expectations and although many hoped that we would see a bunch of new Nexus devices, it appears that Google I/O 2013 was to be focused on software and developers, rather than on actual devices.

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